The Chancellor will say that there is no alternative to his plan if the Government’s finances are to be put in order but you will search in vain for any serious economic support for that argument
The Treasury is weighing up the cost-cutting proposal to scrap bursaries and replace them with loans
Chancellor expected to announce Government has agreed to fund a new £1bn scheme to tackle tropical diseases
President of British Veterinary Association warns swingeing cuts could result in outbreak similar to foot and mouth
Six weeks ago the Chancellor was the favourite to replace David Cameron but he has since slipped to third, according to latest poll
Report by Resolution Foundation think tank concludes there will be five 'big losers' when the Chancellor wields his axe
With researchers linking 600 suicides to benefit cuts, George Osborne should protect welfare and the NHS over police
Every single acute trust in England is predicting a year-end deficit, compared with 77% last year
Virtually all indicators in poor health during final quarter of 2015
"The MoD has a poor record on delivering submarines on time"
New study warns Chancellor's new £9 minimum wage will cost the social care sector £2.3bn
Former Prime Minister warns proposed cuts would create a 'new poverty generation' of couples in their twenties
Simon Stevens said negotiations on health funding for the next two years required 'considerably more progress'
With his lack of coherence, Osborne is fortunate that he is facing a Labour Party that both supports and opposes Trident
The Chancellor vows to 'reign in' large remuneration packages
Work and Pensions Secretary is resisting the Chancellor's attempts to cut up to £2bn from his flagship Universal Credit programme